When a Child Has Been Murdered:
Ways You Can Help the Grieving Parents
(Death, Value, and Meaning Series)

Bonnie Hunt Conrad

Synopsis

A guide for those who know or work with parents whose child has been murdered, and for parents themselves. After a general discussion of types of grief, specifics of murdered-child grief are discussed including emotions felt by grieving parents, the effect of interacting with the criminal justice system on emotions, working through the grieving process, and how friends and professionals can help grieving parents. Real-life parents are quoted on their experiences and how they've reconstructed their shattered lives.

 

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